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All the chapters in God Is With Us: What Near-Death and Other Spiritually Transformative Experiences Teach Us About God and Afterlife were initially published in the form of articles printed elsewhere. The articles previously published in the Journal of Near-Death Studies and De Numine are reproduced with permission. For the remainder of the articles, The Universalist Herald was granted First North American Serial Rights.

 
Chapter 1: The Search for God and the Afterlife in the Age of Science
  Originally published in Journal of Near-Death Studies, 28 (3), Spring 2010, reprinted with permission.
Chapter 2: Developmental Revelation
  Originally published in Universalist Herald, 153, 5, September / October 2002.
Chapter 3: Ken's Guide to "Universals" In Religion
  Originally published in Universalist Herald, 159, 5, September / October 2008.
Chapter 4: Separating the "Super" from the "Natural"
  Originally published in De Numine, 42, Spring 2007, reprinted with permission.
Chapter 5: Religious Experiences of Jesus are Compatible with Modern Research
  Originally published as “Religious Experience, Jesus, and Modern Research: An appraisal of the Jesus Seminar Findings” in De Numine, 49, Autumn 2010, reprinted with permission.
Chapter 6: Resurrection Appearances of Jesus as After-Death Communication
  Originally published in Journal of Near-Death Studies, 30 (3), Spring 2012, reprinted with permission.
Chapter 7: Resurrection Appearances of Jesus as After-Death Communication (Rejoiner)
  Originally published in Journal of Near-Death Studies, 30 (3), Spring 2012, reprinted with permission.
Chapter 8: Religious Experience Research Reveals Universalist Principles
  Originally published as Religious “Experience and Universalism” in Universalist Herald, 160, 1, Winter 2010.
Chapter 9: Mystical Religious Experiences and Christian Universalism
  Originally published as Chapter 7 , The Golden Thread, God’s Promise of Universal Salvation by Ken R. Vincent, 2005.
Chapter 10: The Near-Death Experience and Christian Universalism
  Originally published in Journal of Near-Death Studies, 22(1), Fall 2003, reprinted with permission.
Chapter 11: An 18th Century Near-Death Experience: The Case of George de Benneville
Originally published in Journal of Near-Death Studies, 25 (1), Fall 2006, reprinted with permission.
Chapter 12: Zoroaster: The Prophet of the Magi and the First Universalist
  Originally published in Universalist Herald, 158, 3, May / June 2007.
Chapter 13: Omar Khayyam: Sufi Universalist
  Originally published in Universalist Herald, 158, 5, September / October 2007.
Chapter 14: Universal Salvation in Hinduism and Its Children
  Originally published as “Hindu and Buddhist Universalism” in Universalist Herald, 160, 3, Summer 2010.
Chapter 15: A Scientific Investigation of the "Dark Side"
  Originally published as “Dark Side STEs” in Universalist Herald, 160, 3, May / June 2009.
Chapter 16: Magic, Deeds, and Universalism: The Afterlife in World Religions
  Originally published in Universalist Herald, 156, 4, July / August 2005.
Chapter 17: What NDEs and Other Spiritually Transformative Experiences Teach Us About God and the Afterlife
  Originally published in DeNumine, No. 51 (9-13), autumn 2011.
Appendix A: The Salvation Conspiracy How Hell Was Made Eternal
  Originally published in Universalist Herald, 157, 4, July / August 2006.
Appendix B: Where Have All the Universalists Gone?
  Originally published in Universalist Herald, 157, 1, January / February 2006
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"About two weeks after my father died. he appeared to me in a vivid dream. His appearance did not resemble my favorite pictures of him but as he appeared in his late 50′s which I believe was for him the prime of his life. He was attired in a suit and wearing his favorite Stetsen hat -- not the kind that cowboys wear but the kind that Wall Street bankers do. He came to me and said, 'Son, being dead takes some getting used to, but you’ll like it.' This vivid dream was comforting to me, although before the dream I had no doubt that my father was in a good place. In the years since that experience, I have often thought about his words, 'Being dead takes some getting used to…' Some things readily come to mind, like the often-reported communication via thought process rather than language and the fact that folks often report that everyone can read the minds of others which echoes Jesus’ words, 'There is nothing hidden that will not be revealed.' Obviously, there are a lot more differences in this other reality that, 'take some getting used to.'" - Dr. Ken R. Vincent

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